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OneWest Bank has 71 branches in their region. This traditional brick and mortar bank is a growing regional bank that can provide for many more customers, and most likely has ATM locations.

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OneWest Bank was established March 2009. Newer banks tend to have nicer stuff! It holds assets of 42.2 billion US dollars. This is considered a large bank that most likely serves a large portion of their region. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 13%. Lower is better!

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OneWest Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(5 Reviews)
2 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By mlf Nov 4, 2016

    Maybe I'm lucky, but I love my branch

    My branch is like and old-time neighborhood bank in the movies. Staff know your name and are very accomodating. I do not like the impersonal, megabanks. And I like to interact with humans, so no internet banking. Give your local branch a chance.

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    Reviewed By timtim1 Sep 4, 2016

    Do not Judge

    I was in your bank one day , but I couldn't help but to hear your branch manager speaking with a tone that wasn't nice . She had no class .

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    Reviewed By NCYF13 Mar 4, 2015


    I had 4 accts; 2 CDs, 1 savings and 1 money market. Long story short: You have to go into the bank for everything. I wanted to cash out my CD. I could not do it via letter of intent, over the phone or internet. Had to go in person and THEN they were going to charge me $7.00 to cut a check. I asked for the cash. No the amount was too big to give me cash. WHAT??? I refused to pay $7 to get MY money out of the bank. I could do a wire transfer but that would cost me $30!! Oh heck no. I made such a scene at the bank that they finally gave me a check without charge. I then said I was done with them and wanted to close out the checking account. I was filling out a withdrawal slip and they said I could not do that - I needed a check drawn on the checking account & then they could process it through their bank!!! WHAT??? I went home, cut a check, deposited it into my personal Chase account. The check cleared. Checking account closed. Same malarky with the savings account. I am going through this process of having to go into the bank to get my last CD money and will bring a check for the money market account and close that out as well. THESE PEOPLE AND THEIR REGULATIONS ARE RIDICULOUS !!! I even had to send them a letter of intent because I asked them to stop sending me statements on accounts that have a zero balance and that would never have any money put into them. NOT A GOOD IDEA TO BANK WITH THESE PEOPLE. THEY HOLD YOUR OWN MONEY FOR RANSOM.

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